Catering supremo Peter Rowland’s latest enterprise – the revamped Martha Cove Café & Storeon the Mornington Peninsula – officially launched on Saturday January 25 with guests invited to experience, famed canapés, a BBQ lunch, and a “progressive dessert” dining experience held in three of Martha Cove’s latest property development display homes.
Boasting stunning water views – and now the best of the region’s renowned food, wine and coffee, along with an experienced and passionate new team – Martha Cove Café & Store is set to become a drawcard for foodies across Victoria.
Cafe manager Ryan Pitcher will be spoilt for choice when selecting the rotating wine list, drawn from the Mornington Peninsula’s world famous wineries. Another renowned local company, award winning Little Rebel Roasters, will supply the coffee.
The Martha Cove Café & Store, which is fully licensed, has been completely refurbished. It has new indoor/outdoor seating for 50, with a mix of low and high tables, couches and outside balcony tables, as well as glass and wind-proof awnings to protect customers from the elements.
Martha Cove is a 94-hectare residential marina development, being overseen by the unique alliance between three key stakeholders – development company Three Pillars, and receivers and managers KordaMentha and PPB Advisory. Three key stakeholders are on track to deliver 1100 residential dwellings, 750 marina berths and a commercial precinct.
We at Three Pillars have sold out of all 81 Harbourside homes and sold 68 Harbourside Terraces homes since the launch six weeks ago – that’s a total of 149 properties since June 2013. The Harbourside development is currently in construction with some homes at lock up stage and Harbourside Terraces is scheduled to commence construction in November this year.
The Harbourside Terraces sales office is located in the Martha Cove Café & Store – the sales office is open 7 days a week from 10am to 4.30pm.